Your SIMSINST is out of date and you wouldn't want to create a new blank SIMS database.
Ah, btw, I just bought Anker® 25W 5V / 5A 5-Port USB Wall Charger Compact: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics works so far.
Health & Safety - the chargers and/or devices will not have been PAT tested
Why don't you allow chargers/charging?
(I am also happy to see that EG does not have Comic Sans MS as an option for posts )
It used to but I think the UN stepped in with humanitarian concerns
2 years on and there is some less than good feedback about their support.
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Wow my boilers got the same issue I'll check it out
Have you fixed this issue or are you still looking for help.
SP1 itself didn't seem to create an upgrade client - the cumulative update patches did, but not SP1 itself - so I've just set the heirarchy to auto-update and created some Device Collections based on your query above to monitor it.
I did manage to create a package for an SP1 upgrade, using the package definition and the CCMSETUP.exe file from [programDir]\ClientUpgrade, but it didn't install automatically, only if I manually went to a machine and clicked retry.
System Center, always fun and games, huh? Been on a wild goose chase this already morning as somehow, SCCMAdmin had been removed from the SMS Admin group, so I couldn't open the console anymore - cue lots of rooting around in WMI thinking that was the cause. Oh what fun.
@sonofsanta i used the package that is already in SCCM to upgrade the client. I didn't use an MSI or anything.
What file should I be pushing out for the manual upgrade? (I'd like to keep an eye on it with the reporting)
I'm guessing [SCCMinstallDir]\Client\x64\client.msi - or should I be doing ccmsetup.exe from the level above that, and if so, any flags I should know of?
EDIT: scratch that, finally found the relevant TechNet page - you can never get the answer to these things until you've already opened your mouth and looked stupid, can you...
just run this sql "Select DISTINCT(name) FROM sys.Tables" you will get the result
more info How to find tables in a Database in C# Find the tables in a Database
Originally Posted by CAM How much did you get stung for roaming charges though? I hear data is very expensive abroad! Indeed!... To be fair I did get about £20 extra on my bill, for 10 days away... but it was worth it!! What a geek I am!! :-)
How much did you get stung for roaming charges though? I hear data is very expensive abroad!
Are you able to PM me this info as well?
Just to have a rough idea.
It'll be interesting to see how this latest generation of consoles match up as this is literally the closest they've ever been, architecture-wise, to x86 PCs. Historically though games consoles on launch have been massively more powerful and had much better graphics for the money than any equivalent PC of the time. I've owned a PC though every console generation from PSX though to the last gen and it's always amazed me how superior the console was next to PC's of the day. Even recently I recall playing games like PGR and Oblivion on my Xbox360 and there literally wasn't a PC you could buy (regardless of cost) that came close to it's 3D capabilities.
I'd also disagree on the cost of consoles being more expensive. The PlayStation 3 was £425 on launch and even the xbox360 was £280. Going back further most Sony/MS/Nintendo consoles have been launched at around £300. When you take inflation into account modern consoles are actually cheaper! I'd agree that the games are starting to get worryingly expensive though I remember PlayStation 1 games retailing for £40 and that was 15 years ago so £50 RRP now isn't as bad as it could be. I still remember paying £65 for Streetfighter2 when it was released in 1993.
Granted Steam sales make everything else look ridiculously expensive but honestly gaming has never been cheaper if you ask me!
<grumpy old man voice>Kids today don't realise how good they've got it </grumpy old man voice>
@sccmlovehate glad that i could help. Microsoft support didn't have a clue what was going on either so you are not alone. It took me a good while to fix it.
Thanks very much for posting about SCCM on Server 2012! You just save me another week of pain and suffering. We are running SCCM on Server 2008R2 but we recently upgraded our main DP to Server 2012. We had 5 out of 30 brand new machines throw the hash error (0x80091007) and we could not figure out what the heck was going on. I just flipped the NIC over to VMXNET3 and we are all good now. Thanks again!!
For deleting all profiles from anyware remotly (local or roaming multiple or for one user ) you can check out this site (I tried it myself and it's perfect ) -- TS Roaming Profile Cleaner Software - Download free network administration software - TS-ADMIN
there is also a Microsoft tool called CSVDE which will allow you to create users from a CSV file but it's a bit long-winded to use...